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#1 8tyman8 OFFLINE  

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Posted June 13, 2012 - 10:03 PM

i have a 1456 that has a eaton 10 it wines a bit but is still going strong (touch wood) i have a eaton 11 thats a 110014 that has a 800 psi charge pump how ever my 10 in my 1456 is only 500 the 11 has a ccw pump and the 10 has a cw is there a way i can swap the pump over to the 11 well still having 800 psi charge ? the reason i would like to swap the hydro is because the 10 puts off ALOT of heat and will almost stall a 16 hp twin engine going up a hill also when it gets hot it will almost take the front wheels of the ground and i am going to do a power steering conversion on the tractor and up grade the hydraulics and have plans for a bed ford bucket i figure that 800 psi at 1.5 gpm will be satisfactory after seeing a 1x6 cylinder move all the way out in the blink of an eye or does any one know where i can find a pump ?
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Posted June 14, 2012 - 05:05 AM

It sounds like something is seriously wrong with that 10. It shouldn't be sucking up 16hp just going up a hill. That hp is ending up as heat and that 10 is going to be ruined pretty quick running that hot. I'm not sure if you can change the direction on those units.

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Posted June 23, 2012 - 02:44 AM

I'm thinking there is some external drag on that unit. Are the brakes sticking? Anyway to check the bearings without disassembly?




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